Clark County Disease Statistics* Fourth Quarter, 2014

201220132014Rate(Cases per 100,000 per quarter)Quarterly Rate Comparison
DiseaseQ4
No.
YTD
No.
Q4
No.
YTD
No.
Q4
No.
YTD
No.
Qtr4
(2009-2013 aggregated)
Qtr4
(2014)
Significant change bet.
current & past 5-year?~~
VACCINE PREVENTABLE
DIPHTHERIA0000000.000.00
HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZA (INVASIVE).13.9.120.160.05
HEPATITIS A05.150.0.080.00X
HEPATITIS B (ACUTE).24.21.170.290.20
INFLUENZA**5741813565011462842.895.60X
MEASLES0000000.000.00
MUMPS..0.0.0.010.00
PERTUSSIS218614124.520.550.20
POLIOMYELITIS0000000.000.00
RUBELLA0000000.000.00
TETANUS0000000.000.00
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED
AIDS5020252212422022.582.06
CHLAMYDIA2129858022909373238910096103.61117.28X
GONORRHEA53619676312285767274523.7837.65X
HIV6623054257822963.124.03
SYPHILIS (EARLY LATENT)7220760225602892.482.95
SYPHILIS (PRIMARY & SECONDARY)329763179562411.912.75
ENTERICS
AMEBIASIS.8.80.0.100.00X
BOTULISM-INTESTINAL (INFANT)00..000.010.00
CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS17841888201001.070.98
CHOLERA0000000.000.00
CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS0.060.0.020.00
GIARDIA1668105414440.620.69
ROTAVIRUS657.856530.210.29
SALMONELLOSIS27148133461261192.611.28X
SHIGA-TOXIN PRODUCING E. COLI#1046.46.190.390.10
SHIGELLOSIS95174610280.450.49
TYPHOID FEVER0.00..0.010.05
VIBRIO (NON-CHOLERA)0.0.0.0.010.00
YERSINIOSIS0..8..0.030.05
OTHER
ANTHRAX0000000.000.00
BOTULISM INTOXICATION0000000.000.00
BRUCELLOSIS0000000.000.00
COCCIDIOIDOMYCOSIS17106237715611.060.74
DENGUE FEVER0...0.0.040.00
ENCEPHALITIS0.0.0.0.010.00
HANTAVIRUS0000000.000.00
HEMOLYTIC UREMIC SYNDROME (HUS)00000.0.010.00
HEPATITIS C (ACUTE).5..0.0.060.00X
HEPATITIS D0000000.000.00
INVASIVE GROUP A STREP.##0000000.000.00
LEGIONELLOSIS.13.17.210.080.20
LEPROSY (HANSEN’S DISEASE)00000.0.000.00
LEPTOSPIROSIS0000000.000.00
LISTERIOSIS0...0.0.010.00
LYME DISEASE0.070.0.010.00
MALARIA56.6.80.100.05
MENINGITIS, ASEPTIC/VIRAL72111469410.510.44
MENINGITIS, BACTERIAL..612.120.090.10
MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE0.00..0.000.05
PLAGUE0000000.000.00
PSITTACOSIS0000000.000.00
Q FEVER0000000.000.00
RABIES (HUMAN)0000000.000.00
RELAPSING FEVER0000000.000.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPOTTED FEVER0000000.000.00
RSV (RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS)3001090111128820381610.229.97
STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE, IPD###1751196013770.760.64
TOXIC SHOCK SYN0000000.000.00
TOXIC SHOCK SYN (STREPTOCOCCAL)0.58.110.060.10
TUBERCULOSIS167017759650.970.44
TULAREMIA0000000.000.00
UNUSUAL ILLNESS0000000.010.00
WEST NILE VIRUS (ENCEPHALITIS)0.080.0.000.00
WEST NILE VIRUS (FEVER)..0.000.020.00

 

*Rate denominators were spline-interpolated population estimates/projections based on demographic data subject to ongoing revision by the state demographer (last revision as of Oct-2013). Use of onset date to count OOE-reported cases (since Jan-2013) causes changes in cases reported here from previously released reports. Numbers are provisional including confirmed, probable and suspect (since Feb-08) cases. HIV/AIDS case counts provided by Office of HIV/AIDS/STD; TB case counts provided by TB clinic. Quarterly disease total reported by OOE=207(reported total=3010). Due to unavailability of current birth data, congenital syphilis rates were not calculated(reported quarterly cases for 2012-2014 were respectively 0,0,1; YTD totals 0,2,2).

**Reporting of novel type A influenza (reclassified as INFLU OUTBRK per CDC recommendations as of Jan-11) started in May-09.

#E. COLI O157:H7 instead of STEC was reported prior to 2006.

##Reported since Mar-07.

###S. pneumo invasive diseases (reported since Sep-05) previouly reported under separate categories grouped together as of Jan-11 per CDC recommendations.

~~Confidence intervals (not shown) for the quarterly disease incidence rates provided a basis for an informal statistical test to determine if the current quarterly rates changed significantly from those of the previous 5 years aggregated. Text in green where rates decreased and in red where rates increased. Statistically significant changes indicated by ‘X’ (rate comparisons made if 5+ cases reported in the current quarter of this year or previous 5 years aggregated).

 

Updated on:  October 9, 2018